Our studies will be centered in the most Romanesque city in Europe, the city of Zamora. The rocky outcropping that this city is built on, along the banks of the river Duero, has been strategically important since prehistoric times. Zamora’s small size belies the important role it has played in Spanish history.
Our journey will begin with an investigation of the prehistoric culture of the Iberian Peninsula, examining some of the early artwork and tools found in this region. We will proceed to follow the scattered traces left by the earliest Spaniards– the Iberians and the Celts. We will travel throughout Castilla y León to visit Celtic dolmens, Roman aqueducts, Visigoth villages, Gothic cathedrals and medieval castles.
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An overall GPA of 2.75
Completion of 100 level Spanish or the equivalent
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Summer: March 15
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